The Queen of Disco is dead.
Richard Corliss updates TIME’s All-TIME 100 list of the greatest films made since 1923…the beginning of TIME. (Click here for Corliss’s largely cringe-worthy selections for the 10 greatest movies of the millennium, thus far.)
Matt Zoller Seitz on the substance of Wes Anderson’s style.
Marion Cotillard knows how to pick them.
It’s official: whites account for under half of births in U.S.
Sam Adams interviews Eva Marie Saint.
Bollywood turns 100.
Wes Anderson halfway done with his next screenplay.
The paralyzed can now move robots with their minds.
One of the last independent alternative stations in the U.S. sells out to Clear Channel.
Aaron Cutler on the parallel histories of Caroline Martel’s Industry/Cinema.
Richard Brody discusses F.W. Murnau’s Sunrise.
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